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In-person shopping visits at the Shelburne Food Shelf will cease as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread throughout the region.

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While many Vermont businesses, restaurants and bars are changing plans during the coronavirus pandemic, the great outdoors remains open for business.

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The phone lines were flooded at the Vermont Department of Labor last week. As COVID-19 keeps most Vermonters at home, businesses, restaurants and shops are feeling financial strain, some havin…

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Employees of Vermont Teddy Bear decided that the company needed to do something about the shortage of face masks and now a skeleton crew at the factory are cutting out the pieces and stitching…

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During the coronavirus pandemic we find ourselves in an ironic situation of historical proportions – coming together to stay apart.

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A helpful – and healthful – reminder greets travelers in Shelburne.

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One hundred years ago, women in the United States received the right to vote. Well, not all women, and not everywhere in the United States.

Driving across the mostly dry and largely treeless landscape of Bukhara, Uzbekistan, and chatting with a talkative driver, Allan Miller realized the conversation going on in the backseat might…

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Harbor Place motel in Shelburne will open its rooms as isolation space for homeless individuals exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms. The measure is intended to decrease the spread of the virus in the…

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Communities around the region have been reminding residents to flush only toilet paper into septic systems. Even “flushable” wipes aren’t truly flushable and can wreak havoc on wastewater systems.

What if a woman could earn as much as a man? With the gender-based wage gap, it may seem like a pipe dream. But, Vermont Works for Women offers a solution through its Trailblazer’s program, st…

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Towns are wrestling with finding the best way to continue functioning as a local government with public participation, while working to halt the spread of coronavirus.

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After six weeks in Uzbekistan, Allan Miller was shocked flying back into the United States – on March 8 – at how different the response to the coronavirus here was from what he had experienced.

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